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Stolen Shoe Giveaway AND a Trifecta writing assignment

Anyone remember the mysterious shoes that showed up on my doorstep last month? And, more importantly, anyone remember when I learned they were purchased by my dumbass credit card thief and decided to give them away here at ODNT? Well, ladies … Continue reading

Flu … for @TrifectaWriting

The Trifecta writing assignment this weekend asks for “33 of your own words that exorcise a demon. One of your own, or one from your imagination.” My response is either perfect for this prompt or I’ve descended into hallucinatory, oatmeal-for-brains … Continue reading

His Stand Against Brussels (for Trifecta)

The Trifecta writing prompt for the weekend was pretty straightforward. Write exactly 33 words about rebellion and/or revolt.  Interpret it as you will. I found an old picture and I just had to act on it. Thanks for the inspiration, my boy. * … Continue reading

My Favorite Things (for @TrifectaWriting)

Trifecta gave a great writing prompt for this time of year. Well, in my opinion anyway. “In 1959, Rodgers and Hammerstein wrote the music for the Broadway production, The Sound of Music. One of the most famous songs from the … Continue reading

Death Takes A Holiday – Part 3 (for Trifecta)

For this week’s Trifecta challenge, I’m teaming up with two of my favorite writers to bring you a spooktacular (yes, I said spooktacular) Halloween trilogy. Our  instructions are simple.  Create a story between 33 and 333 words using the 3rd … Continue reading

If At First You Don’t Succeed – Part II (for Trifecta)

Trifecta Writing Prompt for the Weekend Take one of your former 33 word entries and build upon it with another 33 words. I haven’t taken on Trifecta in a while but this weekend’s prompt spoke to me. It said …“Get … Continue reading

She Traded her Meal for a Window (for Trifecta)

Says Trifecta – “For this weekend’s challenge, we’d like you to read the 33 words below and then add 33 of your own words to move the story along.” Says Me – So that you can read it fluidly, I’m not separating … Continue reading

Today, I am thankful for … well, you’ll just have to read it (Trifecta)

Today’s post is simple. It’s for Trifecta. Their instructions this weekend are perfect for me. This weekend we’re going to keep it short. Ridiculously short. The shortest it has ever been and probably will ever be. Robert Frost once said, … Continue reading

The One Where I Grouse About Monkeying Around with Trifecta

Trifecta time. The assignment? “Write a 33-word response using the name of an animal as a verb.” The response? The latest installment in The ODNT Smart Ass Collection. * * * * * * * * * * The One … Continue reading

The Simple Life of Anna Fiorella (for Trifecta)

But wherever they go, and whatever happens to them on the way, in that enchanted place on the top of the Forest, a little boy and his Bear will always be playing. – A. A. Milne, The House at Pooh … Continue reading